Depending on how long you've been riding the trend, we're getting to the point where the short-term downside may not exceed the short-term upside.
Invesco, owner of the widely held the QQQ exchange-traded fund, was offered last week at below its absolute nadir on its worst day of the 2008-panic.
Those predicting a doomsday scenario similar to what we saw in April will be disappointed.
Gold has always been, and still is the world's favorite safe haven.
If you're in equities, no matter what you hold, you are probably not as diversified as you think.
You should start thinking now about inflation and what the recovery will look like to figure out how to invest wisely.
If you are a fundamentalist, here's a way to think of trendlines (hint: they're not involved in voodoo).
During this seemingly terrible Tuesday, we're left watching the $203.38 level on QQQ, and here's what happens if this Invesco trust can manage to hold this level.
Beyond energy markets and the potential for ancillary fall-out, the S&P 500, and this may be more important from a technical viewpoint, failed to hold that 50 day SMA.
The S&P 500 is no longer a diversified index.